Irish, Dublin-based indie pop artist Brí has returned with her new video Hologram. With her debut album, Hide already climbing past 70,000 Spotify streams and selling out of vinyl records in its first week. Brí has decided to share 4 final unreleased videos from the album with plans underway for a celebration night in early 2022.
FIFA Records are delighted to announce that West Cork based alt-rock 4-piece, First Class & Coach will be joining the FIFA roster
Featuring sublimely arranged stringed versions of both ‘Tiny Darkness ’and ‘Choices’, an early demo of ‘Swimming Through the Night’ and the title track to the EP, a single version of ‘I Still Have Feelings for You’. I Still Have Feelings for You’ EP is a brilliant extension of the brooding sense of drama melody and journey of self-discovery of Soda Blondes’ acclaimed album, Small Talk.
Manchester’s The Slow Readers Club, are back with their latest and most anthemic single yet, ‘Tell No Lies’; a huge synth-driven alternate anthem ready-made in time for the band’s long awaited–and three times rescheduled–UK Headline tour kicking off on September 25th at the Foundry in Sheffield.
Rooted in the 60s, with a signature Doors style organ riff, this track quickly twists into a frenzied garage punk song with a raw and raucous sound producing a great high-energy fusion of punk with 60s rock n roll.
A mellow single infused with dreamy piano keys, and idyllic vocals that glide over the tectonic pull of effervescent stringed arrangements. Patsy is a remarkable single that bubbles with a pensive romanticism .
Having just released his single Delicate Bones in July, Train Room has returned with his new album Hurricane of Love. The brainchild of Balla songwriter, musician and producer Joe Monaghan, the songwriter has been growing and maturing his sound over the last decade, creating his own distinctive blend of alluring indie-folk. The songwriter’s new album... Continue Reading →